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Sebastian Vettel ‘apologises' for using social media, reveals he would've stayed in F1 on this condition

Sebastian Vettel reportedly told Auto Motor und Sport journalist, Michael Schmidt, that he might have considered staying in Formula 1 had synthetic fuels been brought in earlier than 2026. The Four-time world champion has not won a race since 2019, and racing further down the field with Aston Martin over the last couple of seasons seems to have given Vettel a new perspective. Last season, he began focusing a lot more on environmental awareness, equality and social justice, leading many to believe that his time in the pinnacle of motorsport was winding to a close. Indeed, ahead of the Hungarian Grand Prix last weekend, the 35-year-old sat down in front of a camera and confirmed that he will...
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